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Scandinavia Leads Ranking for Global Sustainable Tourism

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

12 Mar 21

DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY – 66.4% of consumers globally want to have a positive impact on the environment through their daily actions in 2021, according to a new report ‘Top Countries for Sustainable Tourism’, released by global market research company…

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Lufthansa: A Strong Match for Debt Laden Norwegian

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

4 Jul 18

The dynamic low-cost carrier Norwegian has this spring been courted by two of the world's leading aviation players. In May it was revealed that Norwegian had rejected two offers from IAG, who in April, acquired a 4.6% stake in Norwegian. In June, in…

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Where Do Museums Rank Amongst the Most Popular Visitor Attractions?

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

17 May 18

Global travel attractions were valued at USD 254,6 billion in 2017, bringing the attention of over 14,8 billion people. Visitor attractions in China, USA, Japan, France, Germany, United Kingdom and Russia draw the most people each year, with nearly…

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The Royal Wedding and its Impact on Tourism

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

16 May 18

The British royal family is a well-known symbol of the UK and one of the most widely recognized institutions. The world is buzzing about the upcoming royal wedding as Prince Harry gets ready to marry American actress Meghan Markle on May 19that…

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Skift Forum Europe 2018 Part 2: Europe Back From The Brink

Wouter Geerts

Wouter Geerts

11 May 18

As a follow-up to our “Skift Forum Europe 2018 Part 1: Europe Back From The Brink” post, this April, Skift hosted its second Europe Forum in Berlin. Trying to manage tourist and citizens’ expectations, Berlin has been grappling with its response to…

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Skift Forum Europe 2018 Part 1: Europe Back From The Brink

Wouter Geerts

Wouter Geerts

10 May 18

On April 26, Skift hosted its second Europe Forum in Berlin. Trying to manage tourist and citizens’ expectations, Berlin has been grappling with its response to disruptors like Airbnb, and for that reason alone, the city offered a fitting backdrop to…

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Hallyu 2.0 and the Korean Influence on Western European Luxury

Nina Marston

Nina Marston

24 Sep 21

As more European luxury brands tap South Korean celebrities as brand ambassadors, this podcast explores the growing influence of South Korean culture in fashion and beauty. The podcast also seeks to distinguish between what European and South Korean consumers look for in the luxury brands they choose and value.

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Quick Commerce in Western Europe: Trends, Operational Models and Prospects

Maria Bogdanova

Maria Bogdanova

20 Sep 21

Quick commerce is gaining traction in Western Europe with Euromonitor International counting 30 companies currently competing on the market, most of which established in the past 10 months and is mainly focused on grocery deliveries. With consumers in the region getting accustomed to fast and ultra- fast deliveries, it is important for brands and retailers to understand the trends, operational models and prospects ahead.

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Electric Mobility: What’s Going to Drive the Polish EV Market?

Fransua Vytautas Razvadauskas

Fransua Vytautas Razvadauskas

17 Sep 21

By 2040, 80% of all new vehicle registrations in Poland will be electric. Consumer appetite for electric vehicles is being pushed by favourable government policies, growing supply of affordable electric vehicles, and an improving charging infrastructure, among other factors. However, with 1.5% of all new vehicle registrations being electric in 2020, Poland is still far behind major European economies such as Sweden, Norway and Demark in electrifying its vehicle fleet.

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Restarting Europe: Exploring New Trends in the Evolution of the Physical Store

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

10 Sep 21

This episode is the second of our new podcast series on Restarting Europe, where Food and Nutrition Research Analysts Margaux Laine and Marie Breban will dig deeper into the evolution of the physical store after the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode explores two pillars shaping the future of the store in Europe – Betting on Suburbia and Exploring New Concepts. With e-commerce further gaining advantage during extended lockdowns, can physical stores compete by betting on community-driven initiatives? Can retailers and shops extend the role of the physical store, and where does sustainability fit into this new normal?

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Digital Disruptors: The Global Competitive Landscape of Digital Wallets

Rabia Yasmeen

Rabia Yasmeen

8 Sep 21

Almost two-thirds of consumers globally used a digital wallet to buy products in a physical store or online in 2020. As this form of contactless payment gains more momentum the number of cash transactions is rapidly decreasing. This report explores how the digital wallet landscape has evolved across Europe in particular since 2020 and examines the different ways in which consumers and brands are digitalising their transactions and operations.

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Anuga 2021

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

Cologne, Germany 9 Oct 21 | CET: 10:30 AM